As around 50% of Israelis allegedly support the right of Orthodox Jews to segregate bus lines – what is this, rural Iran? – but a number of women are fighting back against growing intolerance inside the Zionist state. If only there was the same kind of passion directed towards the Palestinians who suffer under Israeli occupation every day:
On Friday, Jan 6th, 2012, a group of 250 women from Bet Shemesh decided to raise their voices against the exclusion of women from the public domain by holding a mass public dance in the city square. The women, residents of the city from all ages and sectors, religious, traditional and secular, gathered together in a flashmob dance, in the city square and started dancing towards a change.